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How to get around?on the Pink Granite Coast

Getting around on the Pink Granite Coast

The Pink Granite Coast offers several solutions to get around according to your needs or desires. Public transport and its multiple lines that run all year round. Soft travel: electrically assisted bicycles and a network of charging stations for electric vehicles are part of an eco-responsible approach.

Vélek’tro, the easy bike

Dreading the hills by bike? No need to be apprehensive anymore, with our electrically assisted bikes, you will be won over…
Without effort and with a very attractive price, let yourself be seduced by 2-wheeled tourism!
And then the Vélek’tro, it’s eco-friendly! It’s an alternative to mobility with all the values that come with it: active and ethical mobility, better well-being and better living. So opt for a gentle, non-polluting, silent and more economical mode of transportation.

Public transport

on the Pink Granite Coast


Transports Intercommunaux Lannion-Trégor (TILT) offers a mobility solution to all users of the community territory via regular lines as well as on-demand services.

It includes 8 regular bus lines:

  • line A: Airport <> Hospital
  • line B: Servel Calvary <> Coppens College
  • line C: Nokia <> Roz ar Gavet
  • line D: Lannion <> Ile-Grande
  • line E: Lannion <> Trégastel
  • line F: Kermaria parking lot <> Ampère
  • line M:(market line) : Rospez/Loguivy-les-Lannion <> Quai d’Aiguillon
  • line N: City Center Shuttle
  • line 30: Lannion <> Morlaix
  • puffin line: Louannec – Saint Quay-Perros – Perros-Guirec – Trégastel


  • line 25: Lannion to Pleubian
  • line 27: Lannion to Tréguier and Paimpol

I drive connected

on the Pink Granite Coast

Electric vehicles

The objectives of deploying charging stations for electric vehicles in the territory are to provide users and potential purchasers with a first level of charging infrastructure network; to encourage their development and thus reduce emissions related to the use of individual cars; and to send a message of encouragement to economic and political actors to develop this new source of sustainable mobility.

I’m driving connected